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What we know, what we’re still learning, and what’s next
New health and wellness trends seem to pop up every other day and it can be exhausting trying to research the benefits, the commitment levels and even the costs. Some have real benefits while others lean more towards the trendy aspect. The Panchakarma cleanse is a good example—it’s been getting all the buzz since actress, Busy Phillips (who seems to have a knack for being on the cutting edge of the wellness game—like attendingLEKfit workout studio), has been trying it to heal her sinus pain.
Whether you’re new to CBD or an experienced user, understanding how much CBD to take can be confusing, especially since the industry is still so new. And while there’s plenty of information about thebenefits of CBD, you’ve probably found yourself scratching around to find answers to questions like: “How much CBD should I be taking?” “CBD is already working well for me, so should I be taking more?” “Are products with high levels of CBD better? Or are other factors more important?”
Crucial shifts are happening in the world of CBD. Celebrities, athletes, and the World Anti-Doping Agency, have been carrying the torch for the CBD movement for some time. But the latest voice to share its benefits and give a balanced viewpoint is Oprah.com—and when the place for “everything in Oprah's world” talks, we listen!
Remember the last time you had a deeply nourishing massage? When time stood still and your body got to take a long, deep exhale? We all know that massages and stretching are good for us. The wear and tear of daily life means we get tight, our range of motion is often impeded, and sometimes we’re just straight up stressed!
From fighting inflammation and boosting immunity to thickening your hair - it seems there is an oil for everything. Essential oils, organic compounds that are extracted from a plant's bark, roots, leaves, stems, flowers, or blossoms, can be a powerful healthcare solution for many.But as with anything that becomes popular so quickly, it’s increasingly important to have a firm grip on how essential oils could benefit you, and how to spot the high-quality ones.
You’ve probably been there: preparing for a work meeting with what feels like a dull band of pain wrapped around your head. It’s not so bad that you have to go home, but distracting and uncomfortable enough to cloud your focus and steal your attention. If you’re anything like most people, Advil is probably the first things you reach for.